Five9 values our employees and strives to provide a comprehensive benefits and rewards program to attract and retain top talent. Five9 covers 100% of the employee portion of the healthcare benefits and shares a high portion of the dependent cost.
Good health, 401k matching, then even when we are fully up and working due to Corona virus they gave out an extra bonus to help EVERYONE. Very impressive.
Pros: Employee stock purchase plan, RSUs, modest 401k match, 100% premiums paid on individual health insurance and $1800/yr added to your HSA if you pick the HDHP option. Cons: I think the glaring missing benefit is lack of parental leave, and the 401k match is on the smaller side.
Very comprehensive - market comparable.
Work life balance, and WFH options During Christmas 1 week shutdown Health benefits are not that great 401K match started this year with $500 match for every quarter Friday free lunch
Compensation is above average, insurance benefits are average, and retirement benefits are below average overall. Able to work from home.
401k matching was finally announced! small, but a step in the right direction.
Overall benefits are okay. They recently started a small match for 401(k), however the biggest frustration is the PTO situation at Five9. The number of PTO days is on the lower end of average, but the fact that the company forces its employees to take 3 days (24 hours) of PTO between Christmas and the New Year is ridiculous. They promote it as “we’re closing down for a winter break so you can be with your family and relax” but in fact, they take 3 days worth of PTO away from you. In my opinion, if you care about your employees’ family and work life balance, do it like other companies and just shut down for a week like a holiday, but don’t make us take PTO!
No 401(k) match by the company.
Great benefits - but no 401k match
The benefit is not that great. Fully paid health insurance for employees, but if you want to add dependents, you need to pay a lot out of each paycheck. PTO is really limited. only 15 days per year. Free lunch only on Friday, no other food/drink provided outside of that. No 401k match. ESPP program is good.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.